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May 2019 Newsletter

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Virtual School Tour:

DC Prep Edgewood Middle Campus

DCSRN is excited to release the updated Virtual School Tour of DC Prep Edgewood Middle Campus, a quality school in Ward 5. Take a look and see how the school has changed since we first filmed in 2012 by following students through specialty classes, sitting in on an engaging and rigorous math class, and listening to why one student says that the school's academics are "off the charts".

Watch the tour →
 

Let Us Know About Your Enrollment Experience 

(and Win!)

Did you complete a My School DC lottery application and enroll in your matched school, choose not http://dcschoolreform.org/content/dc-prep-edgewood-middle-campusto enroll, or were waitlisted? DCSRN wants to hear from you! Complete a short survey about your post-match experience and  you'll be entered to win a $50 gift card. Sharing how enrollment went for you helps DCSRN to understand how families navigate the process and how we can better tailor our support services to make enrollment even smoother for all families in the future.

Survey for enrolled families/familias inscritas

Survey for waitlisted or non-enrolled families/familias en lista de espera o no inscritas

Do More 24

Show Your Support for Equity in Education!

At 12pm tomorrow the United Way of the National Capital Area kicks off Do More 24, the DMV's largest annual 24 hour online fundraiser, where donors rally around one focused day of giving to create the greatest impact together as a community. This year, DCSRN is raising funds to be able to expand our partnerships with DC schools and community based organizations, growing our capacity and enabling us to reach more families that need the support of a parent advocate. These services are critical to the District's most vulnerable families, providing necessary guidance as parents and students access greater opportunity.

Click here to give →

 

ICYMI: Great Articles in Education

     

     Teaching is a Marathon for This D.C. Educator. It’s Her Students Who Cross the Finish Line

       

      D.C. Releases Guide to Prepare Teens for Graduation, College and Careers

         

        100 Days Into His Tenure at Scandal-Weary DC Schools, New Chancellor Lewis Ferebee Promises to ‘Move at the Speed of Trust’

           

          Information is Critical to Supporting Student Success All Along the Way

             

            A Student's Journey to Stuyvesant High

             
             
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